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August 23, 2012

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{Poetry} Hazy Days

{Poetry} Hazy Days

Every summer the wildfires come and go. The burn from the fires wafts south into the desert metropolis. The effects of the smoke make me feel more fatigued each day.

Literature, Poetry
Interview With Jim Breslin

Jim Breslin on Building Up Characters Who Are Falling Apart

You'll recognize the characters in Jim Breslin's debut short story collection, "Elephant," twenty-one stories about suburban life and its discontents.

Interviews, Writers
Eulogy for 2011

Hungover at the Funeral: 2011 in Retrospect

Like any good cliché narrative, the story of 2011 begins where it ends.

Commentary, Culture
OCCUPY ART

Poster Artist Relates OCCUPY Movement to Tiananmen Square

Renowned rock poster artist R.Black has created two new works of controversial artwork in support of OWS. His appropriation of the 'Tank-Man' image from Tiananmen Square...

Art, Art News
Revolutionary Fresh Art

Revolutionary Fresh Artwork

Inspired by their upbringing around the world, The Couto Brothers express and touch on social issues by using bright colors and shapes.

Art, Art Shouts, Culture
Seesaw

Cynical Guerrilla: Innocence

Is it wrong to be happy that Osama bin Laden is dead? Do we lose our innocence when we seek revenge, and when we celebrate a death?

Commentary, Culture
Slave Distribution USA 1961

Fancy Charts: Distribution of Slave Populations in the USA in 1861

This 19th century map shows the distribution of the slave population of the southern states and the United States based on statistics from the eighth Census.

Charts, Culture

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